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BioHazard: Revelations 2 [e-capcom Limited Edition]

BioHazard: Revelations 2 [e-capcom Limited Edition]

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Resident Evil: Revelations 2, known as BIOHAZARD REVELATIONS 2 in Japan, is an upcoming entry into the Resident Evil franchise and second title in the newly-formed Revelations series. Formally announced at Sony's pre-TGS 2014 conference on September 1, 2014, the game is scheduled for a Japanese release sometime in early 2015. The game will be released episodically and is the first title in the series to have co-operative gameplay in the campaign without online support.

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Original Name  バイオハザード リベレーションズ2 LIMITED EDITION イーカプコン限定版
Official Release Date Mar 19, 2015
Genre Horror
Version  Japan
  CERO D (17+)
PAX-Code PAX0006670868
Catalog No.  BLJM-61199
Item Code  4976219062015
Players  1-2

Box contents
  • PS3 Game: BioHazard: Revelations 2
  • Concept Guide
  • Special Soundtrack CD (3CD)
  • e-capcom Limited DLC

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:52

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lesterparedes55 (4) on 04, Nov. 2016 12:08 (HKT)
Warts aside, I'm happy with the game
This version of the game isn't the best version, but I still think it's good. Like Borderlands 2, the fact that it runs on vita at all is a testament to the dedication of the company that did the porting, Frima. And for what they accomplished, I thank them. This is the entire console PS3/PS4 version of the game (all pertinent dlc and extra episodes) running on the handheld. Unfortunately, compromises had to be made, and depending on your tolerance, those concessions may break your enjoyment of the game. There's slowdown and stuttering on a pretty regular occasion, load times are very long, graphics are obviously a step down, sound just isn't as crisp and there are occasional crashes (which I've had happen to me on both the digital version and this one)... lots of stuff to complain about here. But, thankfully, most of it is cosmetic. Slowdown never really ruined the gameplay for me, and overall the main campaign is enjoyable. the real meat for me is in Raid Mode, which is kinda like Borderlands meets Unit 13. You have a character whom you level up, gain skills, find new weapons and mods for them, all in a mission based structure that's very much like Unit 13. There's a lot of content in this game, and that's great, but the technical limitations (and most likely, a really strict schedule on the porting is the culprit here) of the vita (Not as many buttons, so touchscreen to the rescue!) make this the worst playing version of the game.
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Mormegil (37) on 02, Nov. 2016 03:39 (HKT)
Biohazard Revelations 2 PS Vita version
This title comes with all the additional content that was released as DLC: 2 extra episodes with Moira and Natalia, and additional costumes for all characters. I think it also includes additional content for the Raid mode, but I wasn't interested in it at all.

The game itself is really good and much like the first Revelations, I consider it a true RE title, unlike RE4, 5 and 6. But. The PS Vita version is significantly inferior to the one of home consoles. I enjoyed playing it on a handheld, but if you want the best experience, try the PS3 or PS4 version.

If you liked the old school RE games, and you long for a true RE sequel, Revelations 2 is as good as it gets.
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Toenails (4) on 25, Oct. 2016 20:12 (HKT)
Would not recommend this version of the game!
After having a great time with Resident Evil Revelations on 3DS, I was gravitating towards a hand held version of the sequel. The game suffers from slight slow downs, and the character models shift in colour irregularly. The switching between characters and touchscreen controls does not help the game.
If you get this version, don't expect it to be on par with the other versions.
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Ryo (116) on 27, Sep. 2016 12:52 (HKT)
very nice game.
It's lovely game
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oskarik (38) on 20, Aug. 2016 12:43 (HKT)
Normal ported version!
I think it's normal ported, of course it have some bugs, and lowest framerate than elder consoles, but it's normally to play where you haven't PS4, or on the way.
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